Sport, politics, and world events have always been—and always will be— inextricably intertwined. The postponement of the 2020 Olympics is just one of many times the Games have fallen victim to larger world events.
If you want to win a 70.3 Worlds slot via the Ironman VR Championship series, then you need to pay attention to the rules.
With the Tokyo Games being pushed out a year due to COVID-19, athletes are leaning on their community, their friends and families, and each other.
Pro purses and World spots will reflect how many pros are able to compete in a race—when there are races again.
While athletes are frustrated with a lack of information and options, they might not have legal recourse.
Athletes will be able to earn a spot to 70.3 Worlds in New Zealand over a best three of four virtual race omnium—which they're calling the Championship Series.
Kona 2020 will be rescheduled to February 2021—and a date for the 70.3 World Championships is still TBD.
The story of Anita Coyle is heartbreaking, inspiring, and shows the limitless bounds of human resilience and will.
As the world tries to limit the spread and fatality rate of the COVID-19 pandemic, race directors grapple with the possibility of no mass events in 2020.
Seniors share how they're coping with the cancellation of nationals and the sudden ending to their collegiate experiences.
With race after race getting canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, triathletes are left with a lot of questions. One of the nation's top race directors provides some answers.
With everyone spending a lot of time indoors, here are some TV shows and podcasts to make the trainer rides and home workouts go faster.
Antarctic research stations, NASA Mars simulations, Army bases in Afghanistan, and Navy SEAL deployments all over the world. Here's what they can teach us about getting workouts in even in extreme circumstances.
And the Collins Cup won't happen in 2020.
Training camp sounds like a great idea—a few days or a week away to just focus on training. But who can actually take the time off to go?
Triathletes are the tastemakers.
The ITU season, and the Olympics, remains up in the air as Coronavirus impacts travel and events.
Fans are pumped for the U.S. Olympic marathon trials. So why aren't we excited about triathlon Olympic qualification?
Ironman announced today the two finalists for the 2022 70.3 World Championships: Lahti, Finland and Klagenfurt, Austria.
The Professional Triathletes Organization plans to make money through sponsorship and advertising surrounding the broadcast of its flagship race, The Collins Cup, debuting this May.
The 23-year-old from Norway turned in a gutsy performance to leave everyone, including two-time Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee, in his dust.
The women's pro field made Daniela Ryf fight for the ninth world title of her career.
A look at how 70.3 Worlds has transitioned from living under the shadow of Kona to being one of the most premium offerings the sport has to offer.
Contributor Kelly O'Mara checks in from Nice to preview the course and share her picks for who will take it all.
What if you could take a physiological test that would say with certainty how you should train? We're not quite there yet, but there are several tests that can help you learn about your specific needs.
In which columnist Kelly O’Mara eviscerates any arguments stating otherwise.
Kelly O'Mara on the often complicated and confusing experience of visiting different lap pools around the world.
What The New York Times got wrong—and right—about our sport.
Pep talk: You don’t have to look a certain way, and you don’t need a certain amount of equipment before getting started in triathlon.
It's been four years since Ironman announced a new focus on China, claiming the country’s exploding, flush middle-class was the world’s next greatest endurance sports market. Turns out, getting a country hooked on tri is a lot more complicated—and fascinating—than just finding the money.
Kelly O'Mara on zen and the art of triathlon's most hallowed meeting place.
Many female triathletes are left riding bikes that are way too big for them. Contributor Kelly O'Mara shares her experience.
“Goal setting is a phenomenal tool, but it can be weaponized against itself."
Kelly O'Mara breaks down the new qualification system and shares her thoughts on if it's is an improvement over the KPR.
Over the holidays, if you're paying attention, you'll see a new ad playing all over the country on TV and online with Serena Williams, NBA star Jayson Tatum, and some triathlete…
Want to head into next triathlon season fully prepared? Then it's time to get real about where you can improve.
Let’s give ourselves permission to redefine what it means to be a triathlete this off-season, writes Kelly O'Mara.
These Florida triathletes were so inspired by the amazing work of Bernard Lyles that they invited him, three of his campers, and their families to come race Challenge Daytona.
Can Ironman's biggest international competitor finally find footing in the United States?